run ComboFix to get rid of the spyware, I got rid of it but in the process ComboFix deleted some of my files and placed them in Qoobox.How can I get those files back?Its really important as I invested lots of time on working with these files, they are .xml type ones.Also for finding them I used Pandora Recovery, I was able to recover these files with it but they were all 0KB. I have also not found any of this files in C:\QooBox\QuarantinePandora recovery shows that the files are located at C:\Qoobox\Test, but there is nothing there. [URL]
Today I accidentally deleted my folder on the desktop of windows-7. The files are not there in the Recycle Bin. There are some .pdf files and .jpg files in the folder which is too important for me. I just copied the folder with files from external source. Now, I don't have that external source from where I can recover or get my files. Which software will work to recover the folder. I tried some recovery software which works for the files. I am not able to find any files. It shows me recover the files which are deleted before a week. But, i am unable to find the files which i deleted today (Shift+Del).
I noticed I had two copies of the My Documents folder, one in my user folder where I want it, and the other buried deep in my pictures folder (I think I accidentally dragged and dropped it there once when I was trying to change the order of icons in the navigation pane). I deleted the one in my pictures folder, and both folders disappeared! I closed the screen out, re-opened "my computer," and see both My Documents folders back, but empty.
1) How can I recover my files? My last backup was last week, and I've written quite a bit since then. I was actually about to back up again when I saw the annoying second folder and deleted it, not realizing they were linked. The folder was too large and bypassed the recycle bin.
2) How can I fix the two folders issue? I have the same problem with my music folder also, and have had problems with the folders under my username seeming to disappear, reappear, and move for no apparent reason. The computer has Windows 7 Professional.
Whilst removing a virus I have somehow managed to delete office 2003 with my outlook with all of my work emails on !!!I have tried a system restore but it wont let me do it and comes up with %systemroot%egistration then ComPlusStagingI could just reinstall office but I dont have all of my emails backed up on a pst file
i accidentally delected my driver on my USB2.0 HDD EXTERNAL CASE from Disk Management. Now I plug in my external case into coputer and computer detected it but did not show the file on my computer (Hard Disk Drives).
The other day I accidentally deleted the local hard disk partition (contains win 7 OS), instead of the external thumbdrive. Now there are no partitions that exist on the drive at all. The data and files are in there but are in a non allocated space.. what is the best way to reverse this mistake .
Last three weeks ago, My account was always online and I was changed my passwords. However I change the passwords, My account was always online. That is why I deleted it. Now, I need some data from that gmail account. I want to get back that account. But I don't know how to recovery my delete ID of gmail (googlemail ID).
I am looking for advice to recover a video i deleted a long time ago.The system that it was on hasn't been formatted and is running Windows XP Home.Is there any way i can recover this video?I remember that it was taken from a Sony Ericsson mobile phone and name of the file was probably "MOV******".Edit: I just realized that i am refering to a Windows XP system and that this is a Windows 7 Forum
While installing Fedora 12, it deleted all the 5 partitions i had currently i have only 1 partition since fedora messed everything up all the data has been lost and m not even able to logon to Fedora i have deleted fedora and m in the process of installing XP during the installation of XP, i deleted the one partition i had and then formatted it using the NTFS system so that i cud install XP. is there any way i cud recover all the data i had?.i had 5 partitions with c,d,e,f and z drive total 500 GB..
I believe my 2tb external USB 3.0 hard drive has been corrupted (just the filesystem) and after trying to create a backup of my 200gb Steam games collection, the computer crashed halfway through. The culprit is the dying drive my games were on (hence my attempt to move them to the external for backup). I rebooted to only find that my hard drive was corrupt. The partitions were fine except it read as RAW not HFS+ (running Windows 7 64-bit and Macdrive).I attempted to recover data using gparted live cd and testdisk. Unfortunately I'm now left with no partitions and a "bare" drive according to Windows. I have not written any data ontop of the drive other than attempting to recover the partition map. I assume my files are intact.I have 1.2tb worth of data stored on the drive and this is important because one of the files contains every single file from my iMac before i wiped it and sold it. This file is a direct file copy (.dmg compressed) of that computer. Planning to restore to a new mac once I buy one.
Included is all of my photography work, music, movies, and other various precious files that make up my digital life. most of it irreplaceable.Is it possible to restore the partition map from Windows or bootable disc?
I have been looking through my documents and have realised that some of my folders and documents are missing. I don't remember deleting them, but possibly could have done by mistake. They are no longer in my recycle bin, and I don't have a windows backup facility. They are quite important documents, and I'm not sure how to get them back.
I have a user who has accidentally deleted one of her sub-folders in the Archive folder. Is there any way to recover this? I saw nothing in the Tools Menu > Recover Deleted Items.. area and there is nothing in the trash bin.
Honestly don't know y I deleted it but, I was cleaning files from my drives while in Linux and I deleted the system volume folder from one of my hdds and now all my data is inaccessible. Haven't touched the drive since, would like a surefire way to get it back. Here is my set up64gb ssd Windows 7 1tb hdd internal (deleted system volume folder) 1tb external hdd 50gb Linux partition 950gb ntfs partition
I've got a new PC running Windows 7 Home 64-bit. It works well and I'm very pleased.I've just tried importing my Outlook.pst file from my old computer (ran Win XP Pro) which died (partition got partially deleted). I've managed to access it using "Find and Mount" which will display the partition as a drive in My Computer and I can access all files bar those in "Documents & Settings" which it comes up saying I don't have permisson to access.I've tried to take ownership of these files, however I get an error saying "The media is write protected". Is there anything I can do to recover the files?
I had about 15 files recovered/saved by an abnormal shutdown.These were named File0000. chk to File0014. chk.First I tried renaming them with the likely extensions I use most often, such as .xlsx and .docx for Excel and Word.This successfully recovered over 1/2 of my files.Now I have 5 files remaining, which aren't yet recoverable, even trying other extensions like .pdf, .txt, and .jpg but no luck on those.I also downloaded and ran the free UnCHK at ericphelps.com and this recovered 1 more file. url...With my 5 remaining files, I tried joining some of them, thinking that maybe that might solve something, but that hasn't worked yet.I haven't yet tried joining different combinations of 3 file fragments into 1, as the permutations of 3, 4, or 5 files would be time consuming.
Here is an example of the code to join 2 files. copy /b file0099.jpg + file0001.chk test. jpg..The above would take the partially recovered file0099.jpg file and add the contents of file0001.chk to it, storing the result in test.jpg. You'd then have to try opening the test.jpg file to see if that helped.
I had a hd go out on me. So I order a new 1.5 tb hd and install win 7 fresh on it. When I try to access my old hd it just states it has drive I with no info and ask to be formatted before used. I want to recover my old files off of it.
I am using Windows 7 OS. I had two logical partitions, E & F. I saw an unallocated free space on my disk. I tried to to mount unallocated drive to another
logical drive , it asked for the folder,where I wanted to mount I gave one folder in E drive. it asked if i want to format...i said
no. and thats all,process completed! And just then I saw there was no other logical drive left...neither E nor F. Now I can see only C drive and nothing else. how to recover my hard drive and the files now?
Recently the external HD with my complete iTunes library crashed and could not be repaired/accessed. Fortunately one of my children had a copy of it - but had deleted a substantial amount of classical music that did not interest him.But after the deletion his HD had only been used to play the songs, nothing was added or edited, so I thought it would be easy to undelete or recover 'my lost music'. My first disappointment was that the good old UNDELETE command in MS-DOS no longer seems to work in Windows 7. Correct?I found Windows 7 information that deleted files can be recovered with the 'previous versions' option, but for my music no previous version could be found. Or did I look the wrong way?Then I used three different file recovery systems: minitools data recovery, file recover, recover my files.
All three found tons of files (90% the same ones), but hardly any usable music. Most was crap - and you can only find out by testing each individual file.First of all, the files names were often not the songtitles, but something like $BN76GTP4A. If a property field contains a song title and/or artist name and/or duration, it is often the incorrect one. The file itself too is often crap: it starts in the middle of a song, then after 10 seconds switches to a complete different piece of music - and so on. Unpredictable result.I always thought that recovering/undeleting data from a 'non-affected' HD was easy as drinking a cup of tea. Apparently not. Where are the days that it was enough to run MS-Dos > Undelete and find ALL deleted files complete and unharmed, with only the first file name letter replaced by _ or $. Those days seem gone. Why?
chkdsk ran on a FAT32 SD card. It recovered two directories and several files which it put into files. How can I recover them?
The two directories it saved are in files with the same name as the directories used to be (i.e., "Masterpiece_Mystery_Zen_Ratking_720p_20110731_TTL", "Phantom"). Directory Phantom had several subdirectories.
The files saved are named FILE0000.CHK, FILE0001.CHK, ... FILE0045.CHK. They were all put into a directory called FOUND.000.
I installed windows 7 on my computer and all of my files are gone. I have been reading online that you can install an undelete program, but I'm still not sure, the other option was to take the hard drive out and connect it as a slave drive to another computer and use a undelete program on the computer. Please help me, I dont want to mess this up anymore that it is. What should I do, and can I recover the files?
I was installing windows 7 on a mac. Complications arose and i just formatted the hard drive and installed windows. I just realized i left a few files on the mac side that I need. I know that you can recover stuff after deleting them as long as you dont overwrite the hard drive, the problem is, i partitioned it for windows. Can i still get those files back even tho i partitioned it?